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Has there ever been a motion or petition brought before a family

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Has there ever been a motion or petition brought before a family court in Texas for immediate and permanent change of custody of a minor child based on TFC 261.107b.

Yes of course, that is the whole purpose of the code section.


PENALTY. (a) A person commits an offense if, with the intent to
deceive, the person knowingly makes a report as provided in this
chapter that is false. An offense under this subsection is a state
jail felony unless it is shown on the trial of the offense that the
person has previously been convicted under this section, in which
case the offense is a felony of the third degree.
(b) A finding by a court in a suit affecting the
parent-child relationship that a report made under this chapter
before or during the suit was false or lacking factual foundation
may be grounds for the court to modify an order providing for
possession of or access to the child who was the subject of the
report by restricting further access to the child by the person who
made the report."


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